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Warren
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I am just trying to reinforce my knowledge base.  I don't need college credits, but they could be used towards my continuing ed requirements. 

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StLSurveyor
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Take a class form University of Wyoming. Dennis Mouland has some nice classes he put together there... May be able to audit them and not pay (or much). 

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Peter Lothian
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You might be able to take a few courses through U-Maine without going for a degree. Talk to Ray Hintz.

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Jones
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All of Jerry Taylor’s law classes at East Tennessee State University where on line the last time I checked and he held most of them in the evening. Jerry is an Attorney, Land Surveyor and has also been in the title insurance industry.

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aliquot
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I second the recommendation for the University of Wyoming, but if you aren't interested in the university credits and dont want to commit to a full semester class Dennis Mouland offers continuing education classes at  https://www.witnesstreeconsulting.com.

Another option, with more of a commitment, is the CFedS program. 

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